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  • CURRICULUM VITAE

    PAUL E. TODHUNTER

    BIOGRAPHICAL DATA Address: Department of Geography 221 Centennial Drive Stop 9020 University of North Dakota Grand Forks, ND 58202-9020 Voice: (70l) 777-4593 Fax: (701) 777-6195 email: paul.todhunter@und.edu Birthplace: Baltimore, Maryland Birthdate: 8 June 1954 Personal: Married, four children

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Visiting Professor of Geography, American College of Norway, Moss, Norway, Spring

    Semester 2015. Chair, Department of Geography, University of North Dakota, 1 July 2002 – 30 June

    2008. Visiting Professor of Geography, Østfoldakademiet (American College of Norway),

    Moss, Norway, Spring Semester 2002. Professor of Geography. Department of Geography, University of North Dakota, August

    1999 – present. Chair, Department of Geography, University of North Dakota, 1 July 1996 – 30 June

    1999. Associate Professor of Geography, Department of Geography, University of North

    Dakota, August 1993 – July 1999. Assistant Professor of Geography, Department of Geography, University of North

    Dakota, August 1989 - May 1993. Visiting Assistant Professor of Geography, Graduate School of Geography, Clark

    University, September 1985 - July 1989. Senior Programmer, Department of Geography, UCLA, February 1984 - June 1985.

    Developed and implemented software for use in undergraduate and graduate geography curriculum.

    Hydrologist, US Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District, Engineering Division,

    Hydrologic Engineering Section, January 1982 - June 1984. Assisted in comprehensive hydrologic review of the Los Angeles County Drainage Area.

  • Computer Programmer, Department of Geography, UCLA, July 1980 - December 1981. Assisted Dr. W.H. Terjung with modeling the crop water requirements, irrigation needs and crop yields of selected agricultural crops.

    Geographer, US Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District, Planning Division,

    Flood Plain Management Section, January 1981 - November 1981. Investigated nonstructural flood control measures for flood-prone sites.

    Teaching Associate, Department of Geography, UCLA, January 1980 - June 1980,

    September 1983 - December 1983. Assisted in introductory physical geography courses.

    Teaching Assistant, Department of Geography, UCLA, September 1977 - June 1979.

    Assisted in introductory physical geography and environmental courses. Research Assistant, Department of Geography, UCLA, September 1976 - June 1977.

    Assisted Dr. W.A.V. Clark in statistical analysis of residential mobility data.

    AWARDS

    Chair, Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Division of the American Association of Geographers, 2017-2018.

    Advanced Placement Reader – Environmental Science, Educational Testing Service, 2-8

    June 2017, Cincinnati, OH. Vice-Chair, Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Division of the American Association of

    Geographers, 2016-2017. American College of Norway Professorship, Spring Semester 2015, Moss, Norway. Advanced Placement Reader – Environmental Science, Educational Testing Service, 2-8

    June 2015, Cincinnati, OH. University of North Dakota Senate Scholarly Activities Committee (SSAC) Travel Grant,

    Spring Semester 2014, $383.98. Advanced Placement Reader - Environmental Science, Educational Testing Service, 2-8

    June 2012, Cincinnati, OH. University of North Dakota Senate Scholarly Activities Committee (SSAC) Travel Grant,

    Fall Semester 2011, $305. Conducting and Communicating Integrated Science, Living on Earth ’11 Social

    Ecological Systems Workshop, Alaska EPSCoR, 18-19 February 2011, Anchorage, AK, ND EPSCoR Travel Support.

    University of North Dakota Senate Scholarly Activities Committee (SSAC) Travel Grant,

    Spring Semester 2011, $350. 2011 North Dakota Spirit Faculty Achievement Award, Department of Geography,

    College of Arts and Sciences, Founders Day Banquet, 24 February 2011., $2,000. Advanced Placement Reader - Environmental Science, Educational Testing Service, 2-8

    June 2010, Cincinnati, OH.

  • Developmental Leave Award, Spring 2010, College of Arts and Sciences, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND.

    Summer Mini-Project Grant, UND Office of Instructional Development, Using Satellite

    Imagery to Teach about Human-Environmental Interactions and Global Change, May 2008, $1500.

    University of North Dakota Senate Scholarly Activities Committee International Travel

    Grant, Spring Semester 2008, $652. University of North Dakota Senate Scholarly Activities Committee Travel Grant, Spring

    Semester 2006, $275. Invited Speaker, 36th Annual South Dakota State Geography Convention, South Dakota

    State University, Brookings, SD, 14-15 April 2005, honorarium. Selected Participant, Towards Excellence: Leading a Geography Department in the 21st

    Century, Association of American Geographers, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 20-22 June 2004.

    University of North Dakota College of Arts and Sciences Grant, to attend Association of

    American Geographers Healthy Departments Workshop, June 2004, $500. University of North Dakota Office of Instructional Development Flexible Grant, to attend

    Association of American Geographers Healthy Departments Workshop, June 2004, $500.

    University of North Dakota Senate Scholarly Activities Committee Travel Grant, Spring

    Semester 2004, $395. Visiting Geographical Scientist Program, Gamma Theta Upsilon/Association of

    American Geographers, Funding to bring Dr. Darrell Napton, South Dakota State University Department of Geography and EROS Data Center to the University of North Dakota, 25 February 2004.

    University of North Dakota Senate Scholarly Activities Committee Travel Grant, Spring

    Semester 2003, $405. Østfoldakadmiet Professorship, Spring Semester 2002, Moss, Norway. University of North Dakota Faculty Instructional Development Grant, 2001. Title of

    Proposal: Digital Camera for Use in the Geography Curriculum, $700. University of North Dakota Senate Scholarly Activities Committee Publication Award,

    Fall 2000, $385. University of North Dakota Senate Scholarly Activities Committee Travel Grant, Spring

    Semester 2000, $882. Developmental Leave Award, Spring 2000, College of Arts and Sciences, University of

    North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND. Upper Midwest Aerospace Consortium (UMAC) Research Grant, University of North

    Dakota, 2000, $4,000.

  • Selected Participant, Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology Grant, College of Education and Human Development, 2000, UND, $4,000 plus laptop PC.

    University of North Dakota Faculty Instructional Development Grant, 1998. Title of

    Proposal: GIS Software for Technology Diffusion into the General Geography Curriculum, $505.

    University of North Dakota Faculty Research and Creative Activity Committee Travel

    Grant, 1997, $245. Selected Participant, Extended Writing Across the Curriculum Workshop, University of

    North Dakota, 9-20 June 1997. Selected Participant, College Commission on Geography 2 Workshop, Developing

    Active Learning Modules on the Human Dimensions of Global Change, 20-25 June1995, Clark University, Worcester, MA.

    University of North Dakota Faculty Research Committee Research Grant, 1993. Title of

    Proposal: Climatological Investigations of Red River Valley Dust Storms, $325. University of North Dakota Graduate Research Professorship, 1993, $5,400. University of North Dakota Faculty Research Committee Travel Grant, 1992, $398. University of North Dakota Faculty Instructional Development Grant, 1991. Title of

    Proposal: A Compact Disc Data Set for Technology Transfer in Physical Geography, $299.

    University of North Dakota Faculty Research Committee Research Grant, 1990. Title of

    Proposal: Minneapolis - St. Paul Metropolitan Region Urban Heat Island Data Base Compilation and Analysis, $275.

    University of North Dakota Summer Instructional Development Professorship, 1990.

    Title of Proposal: Development of Computer Exercises for Laboratory Instruction in Climatology, $2,700.

    Clark University Faculty Travel Grants, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989. Clark University Faculty Development Fund Award, 1987. Title of Proposal: A Model

    of Microscale Suburban Snowmelt Processes. Clark University Faculty Development Fund Award, 1986. Title of Proposal:

    Geographical and Synoptic Weather Controls on Urban Surface Energy Budgets - - A Simulation Approach.

    Graduate Division Research Grant, UCLA, 1984. Professional/Scholarly Conference Travel Grant, UCLA, 1984, 1985. Sigma Xi Honorary Society, Full Member, UCLA, 1982. Phi Beta Kappa, UCLA, 1976. Dean's List, UCLA, 1972-1976.

    PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Association of Geographers (AAG)

  • American Meteorological Society (AMS) American Geophysical Union (AGU) International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS)

    FUNDED RESEARCH NSF Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) Program, MRI: Acquisition of an Acoustic

    Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) System for Profiling Open Channels, Howe Lim (PI), Philip Gerla, Xiaodong Zhang, Taufique Mahmood, Gregory Vandeberg (Co-PIs), Paul Todhunter (Senior Personnel), $105,520 (awarded).

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